Al Millar, president of Alpha Pro Tech Ltd (AMEX:APT), a developer, manufacturer and marketer of disposable protective apparel for the medical, dental, industrial clean room and food service markets, has been featured in an interview with the online financial forum is a leading information resource for money managers, analysts, bankers and investors. It has conducted more than 3,000 in-depth interviews with CEOs since it became the first Internet site to offer daily CEO interviews in December 1996. The interview with Mr Millar can be heard online at

Mr Millar, presenting an overview of Alpha Pro Tech during the interview, stated that the company was on track to achieve record revenues of $21-$22 million, with earnings in the range of $.06-$.08 per share in the current year ending December 31, 2000. Beyond this expected growth in its core business, Mr Millar also said that the Company's recent supply agreement to market food service safety products to 25,000 McDonald's Corp restaurants worldwide will be the impetus for further anticipated growth beginning late in the current year and into the next.

In the year ended December 31, 1999, Alpha Pro Tech reported revenues of $20,235,000 and net income of $1,129,000, or $.05 per share. For the first quarter ended March 31, 2000, the Company reported revenues of $4,940,000, and net income of $412,000, or $.02 per share.

Alpha Pro Tech, Ltd develops, manufactures and markets innovative disposable and limited-use protective apparel products for the medical, dental, industrial, clean room and food service markets. The Company has manufacturing facilities in Salt Lake City, Utah; Nogales, Arizona; Janesville, Wisconsin; Valdosta, Georgia; and Benjamin Hill and Nogales, Mexico. For more information visit Alpha Pro Tech's Website at

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